Weird But True! Disney
by: National Geographic Kids
This delightful addition to National Geographic Kids bestselling Weird But True! series uncovers surprising secrets and mind-boggling facts behind your favorite Disney movies, TV shows, park attractions, and more! Did you know: It took 70,000 pencils to draw the artwork for The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)? Or that Donald Duck has an asteroid named after him? Discover the mystery at the top of Disneyland’s Matterhorn, what was Goofy’s original name, how much food employees prepare each day for the animals at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, how many balloons it would take in real life to lift Carl’s house from the movie Up (2009), and more. Packed with 300 awesome facts and loads of cool pictures, this fun-filled book is perfect for fans of Disney, National Geographic, Weird But True,! and all things wacky, weird, and wonderful! Complete your collection with other Weird But True! fan-favorites: Weird But True! Animals; Weird But True! USA; Weird But True! Dinosaurs; Weird But True! Sports; and more!